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"The Oldest Colony" in Smithsonian Magazine
erika p. rodriguez
Aug 25, 2018
Hurricane María's impact on Puerto Rico was so large that it has shifted part of our national identity. As the one-year anniversary of Hurricane Maria approaches, Puerto Ricans feel not only devastated but abandoned. 

For the July/August issue of the Smithsonian Magazine I had the opportunity to reflected on this issue and the storm's aftermath, sharing new work of my long-term documentary project The Oldest Colony.

Read the full story here: The Slow Recovery in Puerto Rico


Also, last week I took over the 
@smithsonianmagazine Instagram account sharing images from the photo essay in the issue and more!


The Slow Recovery in Puerto Rico
As the one-year anniversary of Hurricane Maria approaches, Puerto Ricans feel not only devastated but abandoned